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Singing about their lost love, the British band's frontman and the 'We Found Love' songstress share a tender moment on a desert before engaging in a battle with swords in the sky.
Frontman Chris Martin sang a slowed-down rendition of Beastie Boys' '(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)' at Coldplay's Hollywood Bowl concert.
Underwood treats fans with 'Blown Away', while Chris Martin and his bandmates play 'Paradise' and 'Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall'.
The winner of 'Idol' season 4 is scheduled to take the stage on May 3 along with the British band fronted by Chris Martin.
Instead of featuring the Chris Martin-fronted band, the music video sees Riri channeling her inner goddess while singing the hook of the single.
A 'gangsta goth geisha' Riri channels her inner goddess persona in the sneak peek to the upcoming music video.
The set is opened by Riri with 'We Found Love', proceeds with a 'Princess of China' duet between her and the Chris Martin band, and finally closed by the band with 'Paradise'.
In addition to the full 'G.I. Joe 2' ad, a teaser for 'The Dictator' Super Bowl commercial has also been unleashed, featuring Sacha Baron Cohen gushing about buying NBC.
The daughter of Joan Rivers defends her decision to date the Vivid Entertainment head following a split from Jason Zimmerman by insisting, 'It's a very different thing.'
The Sebastian Shaw of 'X-Men: First Class' is set to portray an FBI agent, who is going after a diabolical serial killer who uses technology to create a cult of serial killers.
Though she knows what it feels like to be betrayed, the 'Contagion' actress won't condemn those who have had affairs, explaining in a magazine interview, 'I think you do fall in and out of love.'
Jermaine Jones, who is 6-foot-8-and-a-half inches tall, and Jessica Phillips, who has been taking care of her ill boyfriend, are among the 45 contestants who get the Golden Tickets.
The designer and the District 12 heroine are seen holding each other tightly in the last minutes before the Capitol deadly games begin.
Tony Bennett, James Taylor, Foo Fighters, Alison Krauss, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Neil Young and Sergio Mendes will also pay tribute to the former member of The Beatles.
These acts are invited to perform at the first Secret Policeman's Ball held in the United States this coming March.